Easy Persistence with Spring
A Quick Lesson on Accessing, Storing, and Updating Relational Data
Date: This event took place live on October 26 2016
Presented by: Kenneth Kousen
Duration: Approximately 30 minutes.
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Virtually every application requires you to manage persistent data. One of the best features of the Spring Framework is how it easily it provides infrastructure to work with relational databases. This webcast will demonstrate how to use Spring's JdbcTemplate to make accessing, storing, and updating relational data very simple, as well as handling exceptions and managing transactions using simple annotations. Discussions of both Spring's JPA support and working with NoSQL databases will also be included. No previous Spring experience is required.
This webcast offers a selection of content from Ken Kousen's upcoming live O'Reilly Boston Training Center course Developing Enterprise Applications with Spring and Spring Boot on November 10th & 11th. All registered attendees will receive a 40% off discount code to be used toward course registration.
About Kenneth Kousen
Ken Kousen is the author of the books Gradle Recipes for Android (O'Reilly) and Making Java Groovy (Manning), as well as O'Reilly video courses in Android, Groovy, Gradle, Advanced Java, and Spring. He is a regular speaker on the No Fluff, Just Stuff conference tour and a 2013 JavaOne Rock Star, and has spoken at conferences all over the world. Through his company, Kousen IT, Inc., he has taught software development training courses to thousands of students.